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Liquors are any non-brewed alcohol such as vodka, gin and tequila. Spirits are specific liquors that have flavors such as Sambucca (anise flavor).

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Is it possible to infuse liquor with other flavors?


Absolutely! Vodka is the most common, but you can also infuse gin and white rum if you would like. I found a great website with plenty of advice on what to use and how to accomplish it. Hope it helps.

http://drinks.seriouseats.com/2012/05/diy-vs-buy-how-to-infuse-spirits-at-home-flavored-vodka-or-rum.html

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Can I cook with liquor?


Yes. There are many great recipes made using certain liquors. Some of the more popular liquors used in cooking are vodka and brandy. Using liquor in cooking helps to add flavor to your dishes.

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Is it necessary to get a liquor license if I want to serve a small selection at my restaurant?


Yes. Any venue serving alcohol is required by law to have a valid liquor permit. Each state has a different requirement for obtaining a liquor license so make sure to look into what is necessary for your particular state laws.

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What is the difference between brandy and cognac?


Brandy is an alcoholic beverage made from wine and can be produced anywhere in the world, whereas cognac is a distinct type of brandy that can only be produced in Western France.

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What flavor is triple sec liquor?


Triple sec liquor is an orange flavored curacao made from dried bitter and sweet orange peels.

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Are all types of gin the same?


No. There are four distinct types of gin- compound, distilled, london dry, and juniper flavored:
-Compound gin- made from adding juniper flavor to a neutral spirit without redistillation
- Distilled gin- made by redistilling alcohol from its agriculturual origin, during which juniper berries are infused
- london dry gin- uses a higher quality base alcohol than regular distilled gin. no colorings or flavoring agents are infused during any part of the process except during redistillation
- juniper flavored spirits- this type of liquor is pot-distilled and exhibits a higher taste of grain. the alcholo content leel is generally lower in this particular style of gin

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What kind of cocktails can I make using vodka?


Vodka is one of the most easy to mix liquors. You can practically mix it with
anything. That being said here is a list
of a few popular cocktails made using vodka:




Cosmopolitan




Bloody Mary




Sex on the Beach




Black Russian/White Russian




Cape Cod




Screwdriver

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What is the difference between a liquor and a spirit?


Liquors are any non-brewed alcohol such as vodka, gin and tequila. Spirits are specific liquors that have flavors such as Sambucca (anise flavor).

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Is there a difference between whiskey and scotch?


The term whiskey refers to any liquor distilled from a mash of fermented grains. Scotch is a type of whiskey distilled in Scotland.

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